Roseville will hold a public meeting to discuss the Regulating Map and Plan for Twin Lakes Sub-Area 1 at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, May 25th.
A component of the Community Mixed Use Zoning District adopted by the City Council in 2010 is the requirement that a Regulating Map and Plan be adopted for land within the District. This technical document will further strengthen the existing Code regarding the Community Mixed Use District. The Regulating Map as a zoning tool differs from a typical zoning map in a couple of ways:
1. It regulates or “codes” where the preferred location of development components (buildings, building frontage, parking, streets, etc.) must occur by the use of a build-to line rather than a building setback line.
2. A Regulating Map is more focused on how a larger area (like Twin Lakes) should develop in a manner that delivers a more well-coordinated and connected area. The emphasis being on how buildings, frontage and streets are assembled into a organized whole.
In contrast, the zoning district typically regulates the lot or site use and applies standards based on building setbacks, buffers and parking quantity.
In March 2011, the Roseville Planning Division hired the Cuningham Group to assist with the Regulating Map and Plan processes for the Twin Lakes Redevelopment Area, the only portion of Roseville currently zoned Community Mixed Use. You are cordially invited to attend the public meeting to review, discuss and shape the Regulating Map and Plan for Twin Lakes Sub-Area 1.
The meeting will run from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, May 25th in the Willow Room at Roseville City Hall.
For more information contact City Planner Thomas Paschke.